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Champs through

Luke Rawalai
Saturday, May 03, 2014

DEFENDING champions Police Suva has secured its spot in Cup quarter-finals of the Fiji Bitter Savusavu 7s at Ganilau Park in Savusavu this morning.

The side will play Viani Blues in the opening quarter-final.

Army Labasa which has also secured a quarter-final spot will face Gaunavou Warriors.

Bilibili will play Wailevu Blacks while Cousteau will take on Vueti Cakau in the other Cup quarter-final matches.

In the U19 competition 3D is top favourites after they hammered Vonoyauyau 24-5 yesterday.

3D's Kevueli Waqa scored the first try of the game to see his side lead 7-0.

3D scored two more converted tries to 21-0 at the break.

Vonoyauyau managed to score an unconverted try before 3D sealed the win with a penalty at fulltime bringing the scores to 24-5.

Ganilau Park was packed as fans came to support their teams in the rugby, netball and volleyball competitions.








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